Events at How Hill
Please call 01692 678555 to book any of the How Hill Trust events listed on this page.
The Friends of How Hill also organise events. For Friends events click here.
Autumn Weekend Yoga Retreat – FULLY BOOKED
A relaxing and replenishing weekend of yoga in this unique natural environment.
Make the house and garden your home for the weekend and enjoy 4 sessions of yoga, morning energise and optional evening meditation with experienced yoga teacher Hester Clack (style Hatha/Iyengar yoga).
Prices £220 to £250 per person
Marsh Monster Day
A unique day of adventure on our private marshes. Take a boat trip up the river and along mysterious dykes, enjoying delicious hot chocolate on board. Dyke dip and discover the monstrous habits of water minibeasts…. then transform into a marsh monster !!! Camouflage yourself with undergrowth, weave a peculiar marsh hat, cut willow withies and build a monster den, make monster stew. Trek through the reed beds, go inside an old drainage mill and experience (probably) the bounciest and stinkiest bog in Norfolk!
Tea, coffee, soft drinks, homemade cakes and sausage/veggie rolls available to buy.
£11 per adult, £11 per child. Suitable for 5 year olds +
Friends of How Hill Craft Fair
A range of local craft stalls and demonstrations. Gardens open with a free orienteering activity for children. Homemade cakes, refreshments and light lunches available throughout the day.
£3 per adult, children and Friends of How Hill free.
Pudding Evening – FULLY BOOKED
Join us for a light savoury course (soup and rolls) followed by four seasonal homemade puddings with lashings of custard and cream.
£15 per person
Christmas Carol Concert
Come and see the house fully decked out in Christmas finery.
Arrive from 6.30pm for complementary homemade mince pies and mulled wine. At 7pm the Norwich Singers will begin their performance of Christmas carols and festive readings.
Hot and cold drinks will be available for sale during the interval.
£10 per person
Winter Birds Course
Give yourself something to look forward to after Christmas. Bring your binoculars and stout boots for bracing birdwatching walks. Experience the blustery beauty of the Norfolk coast and a trip by boat to Barton Broad. Whether we have piercing blue skies, wintry showers or atmospheric mists our birdwatching expeditions are sure to be memorable. How Hill House is wonderfully cosy in winter and sunset views of whirling starlings over the marshes can be spectacular.
The price includes full board accommodation, hearty homemade meals with puddings to stick to your ribs, all transport and evening talks.